USC Aiken Retention & Graduation Rates

Pursuant to the federal Student Right-to-Know Act, the six-year completion or graduation rate for freshmen who entered the University of South Carolina Aiken in 2009 on a full-time basis was 43.4%. The six-year graduation rate of full-time students averaged over four years was 41.9%. The four-year average transfer out rate of full-time students was 32.0%. The one year retention rate for the Fall 2014 full-time freshman cohort was 72.3%.

The following reports are broken out by gender and ethnicity (new race/ethnicity definitions for IPEDS begin with 2010 cohort):

The following report shows the six-year graduation rates for First-Time, Full-time degree seeking students who (1) received a Federal Pell Grant; (2) received a subsidized Stafford Loan, but did not receive a Pell Grant; and (3) neither received a Pell Grant nor a subsidized Stafford Loan:

In compliance with the GI Bill Consumer Awareness Act of 2012, the following report shows the retention and six-year graduation rates for degree seeking students disaggregated by veteran and non-veteran status: